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|Title:||Proportions of gas, liquid and char from pyrolysis of biomass|
|Citation:||Energy Sources, 2005; 27(11):1029-1034|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis Inc|
|Abstract:||The proportions of gas, liquid, and char obtained from pyrolysis of four materials at each of eight temperatures are discussed. At the three lowest temperatures (675, 725, 775 K), a plot of proportion char versus proportion gas is approximately a single straight line for three of the materials (hazelnet shell, tobacco stalk, yellow pine wood). A statistical model for this is proposed.|
|Keywords:||Pyrolysis; chemical reactions; biomass; char; temperature; thermal properties|
|Description:||Copyright © Taylor & Francis Inc.|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research publications|
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